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Floridians are bracing for the worst as the record-breaking Hurricane Matthew approaches the Southeast U.S. after claiming at least 142 lives in Haiti and nearby countries. Matthew, one of the strongest hurricanes to hit the region in recent years, carried wind speeds as high as 140 miles per hour as it whipped through the Caribbean this week. It’s currently rated a Category 4 hurricane, the second highest possible strength, and is expected to remain so as it approaches Florida’s Atlantic Coast, the U.
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